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Guest Lecture: Kelly L. Markowski

Does Identity Conflict Always Harm Wellbeing?: The Role of Network Structure & Self-Structure

Date: Time: 12:30 pm–1:20 pm
Oldfather Hall Room: 430G
Additional Info: OLDH
Contact: Kali Patterson, (402) 472-5975, kpatterson2@unl.edu
This guest lecture is presented in tandem with the Department of Sociology.

Kelly L. Markowski, Ph.D. in sociology from Kent State University, is a sociological social psychologist by training with strong interests in social networks and mental health. She will present her examination of the moderating effects of multiplexity and density in the relationship between identity processes and outcomes like distress and wellbeing. She also has emerging interests in other outcomes, like drug use and physical health.

For more information on the RDAR Center, please visit https://rdar.unl.edu.

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This event originated in Rural Drug Addiction Research Center.